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Routing Effects in Surround Outputs

Routing Effects in Surround Outputs

As you might have anticipated, using effects in Surround mode might become an issue because most effects are designed to work on two channels rather than four, five, or six channels. Cubase offers some surround plug-ins and support for third-party surround plug-ins through a special signal path diagram, which is accessible in the Channel Settings panel for the Surround Output Bus (see Figure E.7). This routing is also available in stereo or mono channels; however, the surround configuration only shows up when you are editing the surround output bus. By default, the section found in Figure E.7, which displays the surround routing, usually displays the inserts for this output. To change the view to edit the routing instead, select the routing option from the drop-down menu above this area.

Figure Figure E.7. Routing insert effects in a surround output bus.



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